4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 60000 or $800

Building a gaming PC for the first time can be a difficult task and choosing all the compatible components can drain you out of energy. Here is a brief guide and 4 custom builds made especially for your budget. It is daunting to decide between an AMD or Intel for processor or AMD or Nvidia when it comes to choosing the right graphics card.

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4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 60000

Whatever components we are choosing to build these four  Rigs offers great performance for the dollar you pay. You can also read the earlier articles to know more about the hardware selection process and recommendations. 3 Best Gaming PC configuration for Rs. 40,000 or $ 600 & 3 Best Gaming PC configuration for Rs. 50,000 or & $700.

Please pardon me for any price fluctuations as they are country specific and vary from time to time but the recommendation for hardware is universal. The reason for calling these as 800$ is because PC components are considerably cheaper in the US and some other markets compared to Asian markets.

In this build, we will try to make an incredible Gaming Rig meant for playing games 1920*1080 resolution. The Full HD is a good resolution for gaming, anything below it will be inappropriate, for a spend of $800 or Rs. 60000 on a gaming PC build.

You can refer these two articles as well to understand why it is better to buy a Gaming PC rather than buying a Gaming laptop.

Also, you can read how much VRAM is required to play games on FHD or below and will buying a 2Gb card or a 4Gb card make a difference at 1080p.

I have been surprised by the fact that cards like GT 640 and AMD Radeon 260 comes in a 4GB version as this is a pure marketing gimmick that manufactures pull to sell these cards to unaware buyers. The 4Gb is never used by the Graphics cards processor it runs out of steam before using up all that VRAM. 1Gb DDR5 is enough for 720p or lower resolutions for cards below Rupee 8,000 or $140.

First Gaming PC Configuration for Rs. 60000($800) Non-Sli or Crossfire & Non-Overclocking Build

Must read: In the first build we will be using an H97 board which can overclock the CPU if required but this build does not support a Crossfire or SLI for graphics cards. Now we will save some money when we buy an H97 Vs a Z97 board and same money we will use to buy a better graphics card. Z-97 boards have an overclocking function and support AMD crossfire as well as Nvidia SLI.  You can choose a build using a Z-97 board. We will be using a non-K series core i5 4th Gen Processor and the 6th Gen Processor with these build as we don’t intend to overclock.

Important – While you can use the 4th Gen Intel Processors but now we have the Intel 6th Generation Skylake Processors available would highly recommend going with it and an H170 Motherboard for non-overclocking build and with a Z170 motherboard for Overclocking the Processor. Also, you would need DDR4 RAM instead of DDR3 RAM. 

Choosing Components for The Gaming Build

Starting with the Cabinet we would not spend more than Rs. 4000 on it and we have two excellent choices

Cabinet – Cooler Master Force 500 (FOR-500-KKN1) ATX Cabinet – Priced @ 36,00

4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 60000 or $800

  • Top mounted PSU slot for best PSU compatibility.
  • Large tray cut-out for easy CPU cooler installation.
  • Supports all High-End VGAs including the HD7990.
  • VGA cooling vent with 120/140 mm fan support.
  • HDD cooling vent with 2x120mm fan support.
  • Supports up to 6 fans in total (1 pre-installed).

Alternate Cabinet – Cooler Master K281 Mid Tower Cabinet – Priced @ 3525

4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 60000 or $800

  • Maximum Graphics Card Size 12.4 inch.
  • Dimensions 219 x 416 x 487 mm.
  • Maximum Cooling Unit Height Supported 162 mm.

You can fit any graphics card in these cabinet’s as they are quite spacious and cable management is good in both the cabinets. Both can house any big card like HD 7990.  They have simplistic design and you can’t go wrong with any of these. Want to explore more options with the cabinet can read – 7 Best PC Cabinet for Gaming PC Build India.

GIGABYTE GA-H97M-D3H LGA 1150  – We will be using the H97 board for this as they are considerably cheaper than Z97 boards, some H97 boards can overclock the Intel Haswell Processors.

Gigabyte-H97M-D3H

  • Supports – 4th and 5th Generation Intel Core processors.
  • Support for DDR3 1600/1333 MHz memory.
  • Micro-ATX Form Factor.
  • Intel H97 Chipset.
  • LGA 1150 Socket Type.
  • 4 Memory Slots.
  • Maximum 32 GB DDR3.
  • 6 SATA 3Gb/s Headers.

Processor Intel Core i5-4670 – 3.4GHz 6MB Cache Quad-Core Desktop Processor Priced @ 16,800

Intel-Core-i5-Processor

It comes with a core Speed 3.4 GHz  & number of Cores is 4. The socket it uses is LGA 1150 and is not compatible with older 1155 socket boards. This is a non K series version which means can’t be overclocked. I have used it and as far as gaming is concerned it will match an i7 4th gen in most of the games barring some like Skyrim. The FPS delta is minuscule to be observed by naked eye. Either way in a 60k budget would not recommend anything fancy than the core i5 4th Gen processor.

RAM – Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8 GB Ram sticks.

4 Best Gaming PC Build Configuration Rs 60000 or $800

  • DDR3-1600/PC3-12800.
  • DIMM Memory Module.
  • 240-pin Configuration.
  • 9-9-9 CAS Latency.
  • 1.5 V Specified Voltage.
  • Memory Type 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 DIMM.

Processor, Motherboard, and Ram for 6th Gen Intel Build 

Processor Intel Skylake 6500 6th Gen Core i5 – Intel Skylake is the latest series of processors from Intel and are based on the 14nm manufacturing process and are better, faster and more energy efficient compared to the 4th Gen processor. We have used this processor and compatible motherboard in the Build 2. It is currently priced at Rs. 16,900.

Intel-Core-i5-6500-6th-gen

Key Specs for Intel Core i5 6500 Skylake Processor 

  • Socket LGA 1151
  • 4 Cores and 4 threads
  • Intel Smart Cache – 6 MB
  • Core Clock – 3.2 Ghz
  • Boost Clock – 3.6 Ghz
  • Intel HD 530 graphics
  • 64 GB Ram Support
  • 65 Watts TDP

The Intel processor does not come with a stock processor cooler you may need to buy a stock cooler to run the processor.

Motherboard Gigabyte GA-H170M-D3H DDR4 6th Generation – The Gigabyte motherboard is the latest motherboard you can use with the Intel Skylake 6th Generation processor. It is a decent motherboard and comes with a plethora of features and intuitive Bios UI.

gigabyte-h170M

The motherboard is priced at Rs. 10,800 currently and offers support for DDR4 RAM along with Crossfire and Sli for the graphics card.

Key Specs for Gigabyte GA H170M -D3H

  • Intel® H170 Express Chipset LGA 1151.
  • 4 x DDR4 DIMM sockets supports 64 GB RAM.
  • Max Ram Frequency Supported 2133 Mhz.
  • HD Audio 7.1 Surround.
  • 8 x USB 3.0/2.0 ports (4 at the backside).
  • 4K Video Support
  • Supports AMD Cross Fire
  • PCI E 3.0 Graphics Card Support.

DDR4 RAM – 8GB DDR4 Kingston HyperX Fury Black Series 2133 MHz

You will need the DDR4 RAM with the above-mentioned motherboard and Intel Skylake Core i5 processor. Please remember the DDR3 Ram will not work with above motherboard and make sure you buy the DDR4. The below-mentioned Ram is compatible with the Gigabyte H170 motherboard, if you are buying some other ram with higher clock rate then may need to change the motherboard too.

DDR4-RAM-HyperX

Key Specs for the Fury Hyper X RAM

  • 2133 Mhz Clock Speed
  • 8 GB RAM
  • Low Latency
  • 288 Pin DIMM
  • Price Rs. 4200

 

Read Next the Graphics Card and Gaming PC Build 1 and Build 2 Summary. 

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172 COMMENTS

  1. My name is shravan , I want to gaming PC under 65k.
    My rig
    I7 Intel
    Gtx 1060
    Gigabyte
    Ram 2×8
    2tb 125 ssd
    Driver
    Moniter-dell(22)
    Keyboard+mouse

  2. Can i use i5 7500 (7th Generation Kbylake) processor with all other components same ? I am aware that the only problem will be bios update and will I be able to do it w/o 6th generation CPU ?

  3. hey i am rishabh
    i wanted to build a pc under 60k for little gaming and rendering video

    my rig –
    cpu – core i5 6500
    gpu – zotac geforce 1060 3gb
    motherboard – h110 based motherboard
    ram – corsair vengence 8gb X 2
    550 watts power supply
    monitor – dell or hp 21.5 inch
    wd 1 tb hhd and 120 gb ssd

    please tell me any other good options or this is best ??
    i dont want to go for amd as i want to use heavy softwares for rendering media files

    • Dear Rishabh, looks good go for the 6 GB version of the card if you can buy the Asus or Gigabyte that will be better – 2 TB drive is also not very expensive and can be bought. go with the Gigabyte motherboard usually are sturdy. Full HD monitor from Dell can be a good option.

  4. sir,
    please help i taught of building a pc for 60k with gtx 970 graphic card but they are telling the cost to be 78k so please help with my configuration

    • Hi you can buy the GTX 1060 right now no need to buy the GTX 970 for the PC as it is old, if you have budget issues can buy the 3 GB GTX 1060

  5. Hey.. I have some doubt..
    Quote: “If you are using the PC for coding, programming, video editing or CAD/CAM based applications and other Adobe Software like Photoshop, Premier Pro or Autodesk Maya 2015, Maya 2014 the 8 Core processor can help. you will not find too much difference Vs a Core i5 4th Gen but it is a major upgrade Vs a Core i3 processor or FX-6300.”

    I just wanted to know whether the Intel core i5 6500 LGA 1151 Socket 3.20GHz Prcessor is better than the above mentioned AMD FX-8350 8 core processor?

    I am doing the build which costed around 68k in your website. I want it mainly for programming, gaming, editing, animation and CAD.

    Thank you very much! Your website if really helpful!!

  6. I have a budget of around 60k. Can i build a pc with gtx 1060 and intel core i5 6th generation in this price range. Also when are you building a rig with gtx 1060. Kindly do it asap.

  7. Hello Kanuj
    i am glad i came across your blog. I am simply trying to find a configuration which will allow my 14 year son to play GTA 5 in better graphic quality than on a Sony PS4 console. i already have a 46 inches full hd tv around which i intend to build a gaming PC. I shall be grateful if you could advise me on which components to buy. It would be nice if i could restrict the budget to around the same cost as the PS4 console and yet have a better graphics quality as well as upgradability in the future.
    Thanks in advance,
    Karan

    • dear Karan , actually consoles run games at 720p and they can only run games, while a 1080P PC may cost more but it can also do tons of more stuff. A 720P gaming pc will cost same as console while 1080P will be more expensive so it is not a likewise comparison as both products and functions are uncomparable

    • Thanks for your reply. I don’t mind spending on a new monitor. So, which graphic card and processor combo will ensure that I get better graphics than the console? Please guide me regarding the right components.

      Thnx

    • dear Karan we have listed the parts in this post which are compatible to each other can buy these based on your budget we also have 50K and 70k articles to guide you. Also it is not a monitor which you should buy if u wish to use the tv you can use it too with the rigs we have mentioned.

  8. Kanuj here it is written that the h170 motherboard supports sli , but according to gigabyte it only supports crossfire but not sli ?? Am really confused and i need your help , gonna buy a desktop this week.

    • gigabyte ga h170 d3h ddr4 , i kinda want the atx version , akso what about the gigabyte h170 gaming 3 ?

    • so the gaming 3 is just for better looking for 500 more ? and does it support sli ?

    • Yes, I was going through your suggestions for the rs 30000 and 50000 rigs. Will the 30000 intel based rig be able to handle games like GTA 5 and assasins creed smoothly? is the difference between the two rigs in terms of frames per second going to be too obvious? I guess ultimately it all boils down to the grapihics quality and smoothness which differentiates a 30000 rig from a 70000 rig?

    • yes more the money better is the performance , no 30K rig is for 720p go for something like 60K Rig for playing all latest games smoothly , you dont need to buy monitor they will work with TV

  9. Hi Kanuj,
    This is an awesome article. I was trying to build some budget gaming PC. But I was clueless about which parts to select over which. This article made it really easier for me to pick up the hardware. I have decide to go with the Gaming PC build 2 from your article. I have one thing in my mind though. I came to know that the processor Intel Skylake 6500 6th Gen Core i5 does not come with a stock CPU fan. So I have to buy one separately. Can you suggest something on this? Do you think for gaming pc a liquid cooling would be more appropriate?
    Thanks in advance.

    • Liquid cooler comes with its own issues like leaks , better to go with any air cooler from cooler master or deep cool also buy RX 470 instead of GTX 960

  10. Hello,
    I want to ask without any bill does the respective company repairs or exchange the products. Which is under problem?
    because i had brought a GTX 950 and its fan is not moving properly. Its gets overheated and pc gets shutdown.My bill is lost. Am unable to find it. Do it can be replaced or repaired without a bill in official service center.

  11. Hey kanuj , Can you please make a pc build with a gtx 1060 under 70k ? or is it not possible ? , if it isnt whats the cheapest i can make a gtx 1060 build for without sacrificing quality ?

  12. i don’t know who you are, but i will find and i will………….salute you 🙂
    Thank you so much bro. Your article will help me a lot building new rig, been thinking about replacing GTX960 to GTX1070.

  13. Hi i am looking for PCs with following configurations:
    1. Core i7 5th generation with min of 2.5 GHz, ram: 8 GB, Dedicated graphics card of 2 GB memory, hard disk: 500 GB, 24 inch LED monitor, DVD drive, Fullfledged keyboard and mouse.
    2. Core i5 5th generation with min of 2.5 GHz, ram: 4 GB, Harddisk: 500 GB, 18 inch LED monitor, DVD drive, Fullfledged keyboard and mouse.

    First PC is needed for graphics intensive applications like autocad, catia, matlab, and other 3d modelling purposes. Other is for general purpose use. Please suggest configuration for the PC.

    • first thing buddy you need to buy everything 6th gen now and you dont need a 2 GB graphics card when you can easily buy an 8 gb Rx 480 or a GTX 1060 … can use it for anything gaming to cad cam also check pro series cards from AMD and Nvidia Quadro as they would be better and faster for modelling work

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